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Natural Guard Insecticidal Soap is used to treat plant insect pests such as Adelgids, Aphids, Earwigs, Grasshoppers, Lacebugs, Mealybugs, Mites and Plant Bugs. Natural Guard Insecticidal Soap is a multi purpose insect killer that can be used on house plants, flowers, trees, shrubs, and on fruits and vegetables up until the day of harvest. Environmentally-friendly and perfect for organic production.
|Active Ingredient:||Potassium Salts of Fatty Acids - 47.0%|
|Target pests:||Adelgids (Woolly Aphids), Aphids, Lacebugs, Mealybugs, Mites, Grasshoppers, Leafhoppers, Scale Insects, Plant Bugs, Sawfly Larvae (Pear and Rose Slugs), Psyllids, Tent Caterpillars, Thrips, Spider Mites, Earwigs and Whitefly.|
|For use in:||Fruit and Nut trees (e.g., Apples, Cherries, Peaches, Pears, Pecans, Almonds); Corn; Soybeans; Melons; Tomatoes; Vegetables (e.g., Beans, Cabbage, Cucurbits, Peas, Potatoes); Figs; Small Fruits (e.g., Grapes, Strawberry, Raspberry); Citrus; Houseplants, Flowering, Foliage and Bedding Plants; Ornamental and Shade Trees (e.g., Birch, Evergreens, Holly, Oak).|
|Application:||Mix 4 teaspoons of concentrate with 1 quart of water|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on the product label.|
|Shipping Weight:||2.37 lbs|
Natural Guard Insecticidal Soap is used to treat plant insect pests such as Adelgids, Aphids, Earwigs, Grasshoppers, Lacebugs, Mealybugs, Mites and Plant Bugs. Natural Guard Insecticidal Soap is a multi purpose insect killer that can be used on house plants, flowers, trees, shrubs, and on fruits and vegetables up until the day of harvest.
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4 of 5 people found this review helpful:
By Pat in Brooklyn Park, Mn on 08/19/2012
It is impossible to find the concentrated form in my area and it is awfully expensive to buy the premixed bottles when you are covering a large area. The order was quickly expedited.
3 of 4 people found this review helpful:
A wonderful way to combat lace bugs.
By Viv in Tampa on 02/10/2013
I have an extensive collection of azaleas. Unfortunately, I live in Florida in a newer development with no trees to provide shelter and two of my azaleas are planted in a garden that has a full southern exposure. Needless to say, every spring and summer my azaleas get those pesky lace bugs, all of them, even the ones in the shade. I've been used this insecticidal soap concentrate for four weeks now and I find that it's very good. I see new growth in my azaleas with no brown spots under the leaves and the older leaves have stopped falling. I am also using this soap on my Ixoras and I found they have perked up quite a bit too.
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QIs Insecticidal Soap Concentrate safe to use on Japanese Red Maples?
I have scale insects killing seedlings and looking for a treatment to kill scales.
AWe do not recommend spraying anything on the foliage of Japanese Red Maples. You should use a systemic product for scale insects on these sensitive trees. Safari is the preferred systemic to use as a soil drench but it is also quite expensive. If Safari is out of your price range, Merit or Criterion can be used as a soil drench as well.
05/09/2013 David from Alcalde, Nm
Qis this certified organic for use in New Mexico
AThe Natural Guard Insecticidal Soap Concentrate is considered an organic product and using on crops for organic production. We do not know if it would meet any organic certifications in Mexico or not, but you can contact the manufacturer for further information. You can reach VPG at 1-888-583-5296.
06/03/2013 Leslie from Reno, Nv
QWhat is the recommended frequency of application of Insecticidal soap for aphids
aphids pear scab
AMix 4 teaspoons of Insecticidal Soap Concentrate with 1 quart of water. Avoid spraying during full sun. Spray early in morning or evening orwhen overcast. Soap spray may cause marking of some varieties. If concerned about sensitivity of plants, apply to individual plants or small areas of plants and wait to determine if plant damage (phytotoxicity) occurs prior to treatment of larger areas.
07/25/2012 Wink from Canyon, Tx
QIs Natural Guard Insecticidal Soap effective against flea beetles? How much concentrate per gallon of water?
How often should you use it?
AThe Natural Guard Insecticidal Soap Concentrate is not labeled for flea beetles so we cannot recommend that you use it for this pest. We do carry Bayer Advanced Vegetable and fruit spray and Sevin Concentrate both of which are labeled for use on flea beetles in garden settings.
06/28/2017 Sandy from Dawsonville, Ga
QIs Insecticidal Soap Concentrate safe for honey bees?
A Insecticidal Soap Concentrate is a non-selective insecticide when applied directly to them, so we do not recommend spraying on flowering plants while pollinators are present. It is recommended to treat flowering plants in the morning or evening when beneficial pollinators are not present.
Insecticidal Soap Concentrate is a non-selective insecticide when applied directly to them, so we do not recommend spraying on flowering plants while pollinators are present. It is recommended to treat flowering plants in the morning or evening when beneficial pollinators are not present.
12/18/2014 Russ from Fayetteville , Arkansas
QIs Natural Guard Insecticidal soap save for orchids?
AWhile orchids are not specifically listed on the product label, the label does state it is safe for use on edibles, flowers, bushes, shrubs and ornamentals in general. Spraying the orchids should not harm them but to be sure you can contact the manufacturer VPG to check at 888-583-5296.